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Video-editing upstart bares users' raunchy flicks to world+dog via leaky AWS bucket

By Gareth Corfield 20 Nov 2019 at 21:11

A British video-editing startup exposed what is claimed to be "thousands" of user-uploaded videos, including family films and home-made pornography, in an unsecured Amazon AWS bucket. Research by Noam Rotem and Ran Locar, for security biz vpnMentor, revealed that VEED.io left an AWS bucket completely unsecured and hosting what they summarised as "10,000s of videos"...

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